BRP recalled their Can-Am side-by-side vehicles due to fire hazards from a potential fuel leak. The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported the recall on Feb. 9, 2023.
Why did BRP and the CPSC recall the side-by-sides?
According to the CPSC, the vehicles included in the recall could have a defective fuel hose, which could lead to a fuel leak. Fuel is highly flammable, making the side-by-side dangerous for consumer use.
About 3,310 units were sold, with 320 in Canada and 34 in Mexico. There have been no reported injuries or incidents.
What products were included in the BRP recall?
Manufactured in Mexico, the product is officially named Model Year 2023 Can-Am side-by-side vehicle.
The recall includes the following series:
- Model Year 2023 Can-Am Commander
- Model Year 2023 Can-Am Defender
- Model Year 2023 Can-Am Maverick Trail and Sport
Consumers should immediately stop riding the above side-by-side vehicles.
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